PV=nRT is the formula for the ideal gas law.
It says the pressure x volume of any gas = a constant x a constant x temperature.
So as P pressure goes up, T temperature goes up.
Makes complete sense that the rising air pressure of a planet would cause a rise in temperature. And what would cause the rising air pressure. The sun. Solar activity. As the air absorbs heat from solar storms, it becomes more active and increases pressure, which increases atmospheric temperature.
This is too simple. It is brilliant. AND it explains observed warming on other planets, which obviously the junk IPCC model can’t do since it is a completely inaccurate model based on crap and propaganda.
PV=nRT explains our planetary warming and cooling. The more or less active the sun is with more or less solar storms and solar flares causes the fluctuations in earth’s temperature when the atmosphere changes pressure in response to absorbing extra solar energy, or conversely absorbing less solar energy. More is hotter. Less is cooler.
This is brilliant.
Scott Priut needs this PEER reviewed immediately, confirm it, and make it the official EPA policy. This stands the IPCC and CO2 as a pollutant completely on its head.
Oh, the “settled science” media and politicians will go kicking and screaming but at some point the truth will be impossible to deny.
Oh wonderful day!
PV=nRT isn’t the right equation for this though. That equation describes the behavior of a “perfect” gas, considering either a change in temperature or a change in pressure or a change in volume. Whatever the equation is for the steady-state temperature of a planet’s atmosphere, that would be heat transfer equations.
I believe this theory posits that atmospheric temperature is a function of the mass of the atmosphere, more or less. If the atmosphere is cooler, it becomes more dense, not as thick, but not much change in pressure - and maybe, with a given mass, slightly HIGHER pressure.
I do agree, more energy in results in higher temperature, but I don;t think the temperature increase follows from pressure increase. The volume of atmosphere around a planet is more variable than the pressure at the bottom of the atmosphere. The pressure at the bottom of the atmosphere is directly a function of the mass of atmosphere above a unit of area.